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staffing pattern

  • 1 distribución

    f.
    1 distribution, division, design, sharing out.
    2 distribution, arrangement, formation, grouping.
    3 share-out.
    4 distributorship, right to supply.
    * * *
    1 distribution
    2 (colocación) arrangement
    3 (reparto) delivery
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=reparto) [de víveres, mercancías, película] distribution; [de correo] delivery; [de trabajo, tarea] allocation; [de folletos] [en buzones] distribution; [en mano] handing out
    2) (Estadística) distribution
    3) (Arquit) layout, ground plan
    4) (Aut, Téc) distribution
    5) (Mec) timing gears pl
    * * *
    a) ( reparto) distribution
    b) (de producto, película) distribution
    c) (disposición, división) layout, arrangement
    d) (Auto) valve-operating gear
    * * *
    = apportionment, arrangement, cantonment, delivery, disposition, distribution, lay-out, layout, map, mapping, publication, distribution etc. area, scatter, scattering, sequencing, allotment, floor plan, dispensing, deliverance, hosting, landscape.
    Ex. Gaps are left in the apportionment of notation in order to permit new subjects to be inserted.
    Ex. The scheme is intended to provide a systematic approach to the arrangement of books on shelves.
    Ex. He added that the different ethnic groups had clustered in well-defined colonies but that with the passage of time these cantonments have become blurred.
    Ex. Entry of number '21' reverses the present delivery status.
    Ex. Their main concern was the readable disposition of machine readable records.
    Ex. The preliminary work began immediately with the drafting of a questionnaire designed to collect pertinent data on the distribution of authority files.
    Ex. This article outlines general requirements for a well-appointed restoration laboratory: filtered light, security alarms, good flood drainage, and lay-out.
    Ex. Diagrammatic presentation of the layout of the collection conveniently placed, for example, near the entrance.
    Ex. A detailed study of a co-citation map, its core documents' citation patterns and the related journal structures, is presented.
    Ex. Recently, proponents of co-citation cluster analysis have claimed that in principle their methodology makes possible the mapping of science using the data in the Science Citation Index.
    Ex. The second element of the publication, distribution, etc. area is the name of the publisher and/or distributor.
    Ex. As we proceed down the citation order, the concepts in each successively cited facet are liable to an increasingly higher degree of scatter.
    Ex. All the concepts in the second cited facet will be liable to scattering.
    Ex. The sequencing of items on the agenda is of no particular importance.
    Ex. This law basically strives to ensure a fair allotment of economic support to the various types of organisations concerned with music.
    Ex. The winning entry in the competition to produce a design for the main library building is described and a floor plan of the building is presented.
    Ex. The role of the university library embraces 5 functions: archival, bibliophilic, circulating, duplicating and dispensing and electronic.
    Ex. Communication can be improved, both a better content of information exchange and by a more timely deliverance of this information.
    Ex. This service offers all 12,000 Elsevier Science journals as scanned images for local hosting.
    Ex. During the post-war period international organizations have become a prominent feature of the international landscape.
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    * area de publicación o distribución = imprint.
    * cadena de distribución = timing chain.
    * cadena de producción y distribución, la = supply chain, the.
    * canal de distribución = distribution channel.
    * centro de distribución = distribution centre.
    * Centro de Distribución de Documentos de la Biblioteca Británica (BLDSC) = British Library Document Supply Centre (BLDSC).
    * correa de distribución = driving belt, timing belt, cambelt [cam belt].
    * distribución binomial negativa = negative binomial distribution.
    * distribución de contenido = content distribution, content delivery.
    * distribución de documentos de préstamo interbibliotecario = interlibrary loan document delivery.
    * distribución de información = content distribution, content delivery.
    * distribución de información por suscripción = syndication.
    * distribución de la página = page layout.
    * distribución de la plantilla = staffing pattern.
    * distribución del trabajo = workflow [work flow].
    * distribución de Poisson = Poisson distribution.
    * distribución de probabilidades = possibility distribution, probability distribution.
    * distribución de una materia en su índice = subject scatter.
    * distribución de Waring = Waring distribution.
    * distribución en función del género = gender distribution.
    * distribución exponencial = exponential distribution.
    * distribución geográfica = geographical disposition.
    * distribución horaria = timetabling.
    * distribución informétrica = informetric distribution.
    * distribución por edades = age distribution.
    * distribución por rangos = rank distribution.
    * distribución temporal = time scale [timescale], timeline [time line].
    * lista de distribución = mailing list, listserv(er) [list-serv(er)], distribution list, e-mail list.
    * lista de distribución electrónica = electronic list (e-list), electronic distribution list.
    * modelo de distribución probabilística = probability distribution model.
    * número y distribución de personal = staffing conditions.
    * punto de distribución = outlet.
    * redistribución = respacing.
    * servicio de distribución = host service.
    * sistema de distribución = distribution system.
    * * *
    a) ( reparto) distribution
    b) (de producto, película) distribution
    c) (disposición, división) layout, arrangement
    d) (Auto) valve-operating gear
    * * *
    = apportionment, arrangement, cantonment, delivery, disposition, distribution, lay-out, layout, map, mapping, publication, distribution etc. area, scatter, scattering, sequencing, allotment, floor plan, dispensing, deliverance, hosting, landscape.

    Ex: Gaps are left in the apportionment of notation in order to permit new subjects to be inserted.

    Ex: The scheme is intended to provide a systematic approach to the arrangement of books on shelves.
    Ex: He added that the different ethnic groups had clustered in well-defined colonies but that with the passage of time these cantonments have become blurred.
    Ex: Entry of number '21' reverses the present delivery status.
    Ex: Their main concern was the readable disposition of machine readable records.
    Ex: The preliminary work began immediately with the drafting of a questionnaire designed to collect pertinent data on the distribution of authority files.
    Ex: This article outlines general requirements for a well-appointed restoration laboratory: filtered light, security alarms, good flood drainage, and lay-out.
    Ex: Diagrammatic presentation of the layout of the collection conveniently placed, for example, near the entrance.
    Ex: A detailed study of a co-citation map, its core documents' citation patterns and the related journal structures, is presented.
    Ex: Recently, proponents of co-citation cluster analysis have claimed that in principle their methodology makes possible the mapping of science using the data in the Science Citation Index.
    Ex: The second element of the publication, distribution, etc. area is the name of the publisher and/or distributor.
    Ex: As we proceed down the citation order, the concepts in each successively cited facet are liable to an increasingly higher degree of scatter.
    Ex: All the concepts in the second cited facet will be liable to scattering.
    Ex: The sequencing of items on the agenda is of no particular importance.
    Ex: This law basically strives to ensure a fair allotment of economic support to the various types of organisations concerned with music.
    Ex: The winning entry in the competition to produce a design for the main library building is described and a floor plan of the building is presented.
    Ex: The role of the university library embraces 5 functions: archival, bibliophilic, circulating, duplicating and dispensing and electronic.
    Ex: Communication can be improved, both a better content of information exchange and by a more timely deliverance of this information.
    Ex: This service offers all 12,000 Elsevier Science journals as scanned images for local hosting.
    Ex: During the post-war period international organizations have become a prominent feature of the international landscape.
    * area de publicación o distribución = imprint.
    * cadena de distribución = timing chain.
    * cadena de producción y distribución, la = supply chain, the.
    * canal de distribución = distribution channel.
    * centro de distribución = distribution centre.
    * Centro de Distribución de Documentos de la Biblioteca Británica (BLDSC) = British Library Document Supply Centre (BLDSC).
    * correa de distribución = driving belt, timing belt, cambelt [cam belt].
    * distribución binomial negativa = negative binomial distribution.
    * distribución de contenido = content distribution, content delivery.
    * distribución de documentos de préstamo interbibliotecario = interlibrary loan document delivery.
    * distribución de información = content distribution, content delivery.
    * distribución de información por suscripción = syndication.
    * distribución de la página = page layout.
    * distribución de la plantilla = staffing pattern.
    * distribución del trabajo = workflow [work flow].
    * distribución de Poisson = Poisson distribution.
    * distribución de probabilidades = possibility distribution, probability distribution.
    * distribución de una materia en su índice = subject scatter.
    * distribución de Waring = Waring distribution.
    * distribución en función del género = gender distribution.
    * distribución exponencial = exponential distribution.
    * distribución geográfica = geographical disposition.
    * distribución horaria = timetabling.
    * distribución informétrica = informetric distribution.
    * distribución por edades = age distribution.
    * distribución por rangos = rank distribution.
    * distribución temporal = time scale [timescale], timeline [time line].
    * lista de distribución = mailing list, listserv(er) [list-serv(er)], distribution list, e-mail list.
    * lista de distribución electrónica = electronic list (e-list), electronic distribution list.
    * modelo de distribución probabilística = probability distribution model.
    * número y distribución de personal = staffing conditions.
    * punto de distribución = outlet.
    * redistribución = respacing.
    * servicio de distribución = host service.
    * sistema de distribución = distribution system.

    * * *
    1 (reparto) distribution
    la distribución de víveres/de los panfletos the distribution of provisions/of the leaflets
    la distribución de las tareas domésticas the allocation o sharing out of the household chores
    la distribución de la población the population distribution
    una distribución cada vez más desigual de la riqueza an increasingly unequal distribution of wealth
    la mala distribución de la carga the uneven distribution of the load
    2 ( Com) (de un producto, una película) distribution
    3 (disposición, división) layout, arrangement
    la distribución de este apartamento the layout of this apartment
    4 ( Auto) valve-operating gear
    * * *

     

    distribución sustantivo femenino
    a) ( reparto — de dinero, víveres) distribution;

    (— de tareas) allocation
    b) (de producto, película) distribution

    c) (disposición, división) layout, arrangement


    distribución sustantivo femenino
    1 (reparto) distribution
    2 (de una casa, los muebles) layout
    ' distribución' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    cada
    - colocación
    - disposición
    - por
    - red
    - restringir
    - entre
    - parte
    - reparto
    English:
    appropriation
    - distribution
    - lay out
    - layout
    - pipeline
    - free
    - lay
    - syndicate
    * * *
    1. [reparto, división] distribution;
    una distribución bastante desigual de los beneficios a rather uneven distribution of the profits
    distribución ecológica ecological distribution;
    distribución de premios Br prizegiving, US awards ceremony;
    distribución de la riqueza distribution of wealth;
    distribución de tareas assignment of duties;
    distribución del trabajo division of labour
    2. [de mercancías, películas] distribution;
    distribución comercial commercial distribution
    3. [de casa, habitaciones, mobiliario] layout
    4. [en estadística] distribution
    distribución binomial binomial distribution;
    distribución normal normal distribution
    5. Tec timing gears
    * * *
    f TÉC, COM distribution
    * * *
    distribución nf, pl - ciones : distribution
    * * *
    1. (en general) distribution
    2. (de una casa) layout

    Spanish-English dictionary > distribución

  • 2 distribución de la plantilla

    Ex. The level of education achieved by members of the library staff, therefore, becomes one of the primary criteria for establishing library staffing patterns.
    * * *

    Ex: The level of education achieved by members of the library staff, therefore, becomes one of the primary criteria for establishing library staffing patterns.

    Spanish-English dictionary > distribución de la plantilla

  • 3 plantilla

    f.
    1 staff.
    estar en plantilla to be on the staff
    2 insole.
    3 pattern, template.
    4 work force, laborers, personnel.
    5 ladyfinger, sponge finger.
    pres.indicat.
    3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) present indicative of spanish verb: plantillar.
    imperat.
    2nd person singular (tú) Imperative of Spanish verb: plantillar.
    * * *
    1 (patrón) model, pattern
    2 (para dibujo lineal) French curve; (para rotulación) stencil; (para siluetas) template
    3 (de zapato) insole
    4 (personal) staff
    \
    estar en plantilla to be on the payroll
    * * *
    SF
    1) [de zapato] inner sole, insole; [de media etc] sole
    2) (Téc) pattern, template; (=patrón) stencil
    3) (=personas) staff, personnel; (Dep) playing staff; (=lista) list, roster
    * * *
    1) ( de zapato) insole
    2) (Esp) ( personal) staff; ( nómina) payroll
    3) (para marcar, cortar) template; ( para corregir exámenes) mask
    * * *
    = form, staff, staffing, template, work-force [workforce], personnel roster, crew, style sheet, workform, style sheet, payroll.
    Ex. If this is not available, a record can be created on a form online.
    Ex. The current LC MARC data base contains both records created by the LC staff and those created by co-operating libraries and verified by the LC.
    Ex. During the discussions it became apparent that the most pressing issues of staffing, resources, procedural complexities and educational opportunities related to IT.
    Ex. The <F5> Original Input function provides an empty MARC record template for the creation of an original record.
    Ex. Employers of library and information staff have to develop and maintain skills within the workforce.
    Ex. Reference heads, like other administrators, will generally work toward establishing the 'ideal' organization scheme based on functional responsibilities -- and not based on the current personnel roster.
    Ex. Phillips has 12 installations with a crew of 15-450 men.
    Ex. The editor of this journal sends a style sheet to authors and a reminder to pay special attention to citing references.
    Ex. By using workforms, technical services personnel at the centre have fed cataloguing data, via a CRT terminal, into the OCLC system.
    Ex. A style sheet is essentially a template that can be used to create a consistent appearance across documents.
    Ex. The advantages of utilizing staff who are on the payroll are twofold.
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    * con una buena plantilla = well-staffed.
    * de plantilla reducida = downsized.
    * diálogo rellenando plantillas = form-filling dialogue.
    * distribución de la plantilla = staffing pattern.
    * dotar de plantilla = staff.
    * exceso de plantilla administrativa = administrative bloat.
    * miembro de la plantilla = staffer.
    * modalidad de rellenar plantillas = form-filling mode.
    * plantilla de guía = jig.
    * plantilla de profesorado = faculty roster.
    * plantilla de recogida de información = data collection form.
    * plantilla de resúmenes = abstracting form.
    * plantilla en cascada = cascading style sheet.
    * plantilla reducida = skeleton staff.
    * recorte de plantilla = downsizing.
    * reducción de plantilla = downsizing.
    * reducir de plantilla = downsize.
    * rellenado de plantillas = form filling.
    * * *
    1) ( de zapato) insole
    2) (Esp) ( personal) staff; ( nómina) payroll
    3) (para marcar, cortar) template; ( para corregir exámenes) mask
    * * *
    = form, staff, staffing, template, work-force [workforce], personnel roster, crew, style sheet, workform, style sheet, payroll.

    Ex: If this is not available, a record can be created on a form online.

    Ex: The current LC MARC data base contains both records created by the LC staff and those created by co-operating libraries and verified by the LC.
    Ex: During the discussions it became apparent that the most pressing issues of staffing, resources, procedural complexities and educational opportunities related to IT.
    Ex: The <F5> Original Input function provides an empty MARC record template for the creation of an original record.
    Ex: Employers of library and information staff have to develop and maintain skills within the workforce.
    Ex: Reference heads, like other administrators, will generally work toward establishing the 'ideal' organization scheme based on functional responsibilities -- and not based on the current personnel roster.
    Ex: Phillips has 12 installations with a crew of 15-450 men.
    Ex: The editor of this journal sends a style sheet to authors and a reminder to pay special attention to citing references.
    Ex: By using workforms, technical services personnel at the centre have fed cataloguing data, via a CRT terminal, into the OCLC system.
    Ex: A style sheet is essentially a template that can be used to create a consistent appearance across documents.
    Ex: The advantages of utilizing staff who are on the payroll are twofold.
    * con una buena plantilla = well-staffed.
    * de plantilla reducida = downsized.
    * diálogo rellenando plantillas = form-filling dialogue.
    * distribución de la plantilla = staffing pattern.
    * dotar de plantilla = staff.
    * exceso de plantilla administrativa = administrative bloat.
    * miembro de la plantilla = staffer.
    * modalidad de rellenar plantillas = form-filling mode.
    * plantilla de guía = jig.
    * plantilla de profesorado = faculty roster.
    * plantilla de recogida de información = data collection form.
    * plantilla de resúmenes = abstracting form.
    * plantilla en cascada = cascading style sheet.
    * plantilla reducida = skeleton staff.
    * recorte de plantilla = downsizing.
    * reducción de plantilla = downsizing.
    * reducir de plantilla = downsize.
    * rellenado de plantillas = form filling.

    * * *
    estar en plantilla to be on the staff, to be a permanent member of the staff
    C
    1 (para marcar, cortar) template
    D (RPI, Ven) (bizcocho) sponge finger, lady finger ( AmE)
    * * *

     

    plantilla sustantivo femenino
    1 ( de zapato) insole
    2 (Esp) ( personal) staff;
    ( nómina) payroll;
    estar en plantilla to be on the staff o payroll

    3 (para marcar, cortar) template;
    ( para corregir exámenes) mask
    plantilla sustantivo femenino
    1 (de una empresa) staff
    2 (de calzado) insole
    3 (guía, modelo) pattern
    (para dibujar) template, stencil
    4 Dep team
    ' plantilla' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    explorar
    - nómina
    - polvareda
    - profesorado
    - reajuste
    - reducción
    - componer
    - recortar
    English:
    comprise
    - insole
    - number
    - on
    - redundant
    - run down
    - scale down
    - skeleton
    - staff
    - stencil
    - template
    - jig
    - over
    - pay
    - work
    * * *
    1. [de empresa] staff;
    estar en plantilla to be on the payroll, to be a permanent member of staff;
    2. [de equipo] squad
    3. [para zapatos] insole
    plantilla ortopédica orthopaedic insole, US orthotic footbed
    4. [patrón] pattern, template
    5. Informát template
    6. CSur [soletilla] = small, flat cake in the shape of a sole
    * * *
    f
    1 para zapato insole
    2 ( personal) staff;
    3 DEP squad
    4 para cortar, INFOR template
    * * *
    1) : insole
    2) : pattern, template, stencil
    3) Mex, Spain : staff, roster of employees
    * * *
    3. (guía, modelo) template

    Spanish-English dictionary > plantilla

  • 4 pattern

    сущ.
    тех. диаграмма, картина, код, комбинация, конфигурация, модель (англ.), паттерн, рисунок, структура, схема, узор, шаблон

    Испанско-русский универсальный словарь > pattern

  • 5 organización2

    2 = logistics, map, mapping, organisational setting, organising [organizing, -USA], setup [set-up], organisation [organization, -USA], work organisation, staging, set-up, structuring, implementation.
    Ex. Donald P Hammer, Executive Secretary of LITA, and Dorothy Butler, the Division's Administrative Secretary, handled all of the administrative details, arrangements, and logistics.
    Ex. A detailed study of a co-citation map, its core documents' citation patterns and the related journal structures, is presented.
    Ex. Recently, proponents of co-citation cluster analysis have claimed that in principle their methodology makes possible the mapping of science using the data in the Science Citation Index.
    Ex. Many students, after working with cases, have testified to the help they received in developing a clearer concept of the dynamics of human relationships in organizational settings.
    Ex. No course on management would be complete without articulating the principles of management (i.e., planning, organizing, staffing, directing, controlling).
    Ex. 'You know,' she had said amiably, 'there might be a better job for you here once things get rolling with this new regional setup'.
    Ex. This article discusses the history of the organisation of readers' camps for students of secondary schools in Slovakia which dates back to 1979.
    Ex. Quality of Work Life (QWL) can be defined as 'the degree to which members of a work organisation are able to satisfy important personal needs through their experiences in the organisation'.
    Ex. The author describes the success of a library in staging a series of music concerts as a public relations exercise.
    Ex. Areas of particular concern are: equipment set-up and use; helping develop search strategies, logon/logoff procedures; and emergency assistance when things go wrong.
    Ex. There are also suggestions for rules for structuring corporate body names.
    Ex. This software is important to the further implementation of the record format, especially in developing countries.
    ----
    * conocimientos básicos de búsqueda, recuperación y organización de la informa = information literacy.
    * desorganización = disorganisation [disorganization, -USA].
    * metaorganización = meta-organisation.
    * modelo de organización = organisational scheme.
    * organización bibliográfica = bibliographic organisation.
    * organización bibliotecaria = library organisation.
    * organización del trabajo = workflow [work flow], working arrangement.
    * organización de materias = subject organisation.
    * organización horizontal = flat organisation, horizontal organisation.
    * organización interna = organisational structure.
    * organización laboral = job structuring.
    * reorganización = respacing.
    * una organización de = a pattern of.

    Spanish-English dictionary > organización2

  • 6 organización

    f.
    1 organization, hierarchy, array, structure.
    2 institution, entity, organism, foundation.
    3 organizing.
    * * *
    1 organization
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    OPEP
    * * *
    femenino organization

    una organización sindicala labor (AmE) o (BrE) trade union

    * * *
    femenino organization

    una organización sindicala labor (AmE) o (BrE) trade union

    * * *
    organización1
    1 = establishment, organisation [organization, -USA], institution.

    Ex: Since BC adheres closely to the educational and scientific consensus, BC found most favour with libraries in educational establishments.

    Ex: The author of a document is the person or organisation responsible for its creation.
    Ex: The distinction between 'societies' and 'institutions' lies at the heart of the code.
    * Comité de las Organizaciones = Committee of Agricultural Producer Organizations (COPA).
    * comportamiento de las organizaciones = organisational behaviour.
    * comunicación dentro de una organización = organisational communication.
    * conducta de las organizaciones = organisational behaviour.
    * OPEC, la [Organización de Países Exportadores de Petróleo] = OPEC [Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries].
    * organigrama de una organización = organisation chart.
    * organización afiliada = sister organisation.
    * organización agraria = agricultural organisation.
    * organización a la que pertenece = parent organisation.
    * organización benéfica = aid agency, aid organisation.
    * organización cívica = community organisation.
    * Organización Cultural, Científica y Educativa de las Naciones Unidas (UNESCO = UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization).
    * organización de voluntariado = voluntary body, voluntary agency, voluntary organisation.
    * organización empresarial = business organisation.
    * organización intergubernamental (OIG) = intergovernmental organisation (IGO).
    * organización internacional = international organisation.
    * Organización Internacional del Trabajo (OIT) = International Labour Organisation (ILO).
    * Organización Internacional de Normalización = ISO.
    * organización mafiosa = crime syndicate.
    * organización miembro de una asociación = partner organisation.
    * Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS) = World Health Organisation (WHO).
    * Organización Mundial para el Comercio = World Trade Organization (WTO).
    * Organización para la Alimentación y la Agricultura (FAO) = FAO (Food and Agriculture Organisation).
    * Organización para la Cooperación y el Desarrollo Económico (OCDE) = Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
    * organización que actúa en representación de otras = umbrella organisation.
    * OTAN (Organización del Tratado del Atlántico Norte) = NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation).
    * una pieza más en la organización = a cog in the wheel, a cog in the machine.
    * uno más de tantos en la organización = a cog in the wheel, a cog in the machine.

    organización2
    2 = logistics, map, mapping, organisational setting, organising [organizing, -USA], setup [set-up], organisation [organization, -USA], work organisation, staging, set-up, structuring, implementation.

    Ex: Donald P Hammer, Executive Secretary of LITA, and Dorothy Butler, the Division's Administrative Secretary, handled all of the administrative details, arrangements, and logistics.

    Ex: A detailed study of a co-citation map, its core documents' citation patterns and the related journal structures, is presented.
    Ex: Recently, proponents of co-citation cluster analysis have claimed that in principle their methodology makes possible the mapping of science using the data in the Science Citation Index.
    Ex: Many students, after working with cases, have testified to the help they received in developing a clearer concept of the dynamics of human relationships in organizational settings.
    Ex: No course on management would be complete without articulating the principles of management (i.e., planning, organizing, staffing, directing, controlling).
    Ex: 'You know,' she had said amiably, 'there might be a better job for you here once things get rolling with this new regional setup'.
    Ex: This article discusses the history of the organisation of readers' camps for students of secondary schools in Slovakia which dates back to 1979.
    Ex: Quality of Work Life (QWL) can be defined as 'the degree to which members of a work organisation are able to satisfy important personal needs through their experiences in the organisation'.
    Ex: The author describes the success of a library in staging a series of music concerts as a public relations exercise.
    Ex: Areas of particular concern are: equipment set-up and use; helping develop search strategies, logon/logoff procedures; and emergency assistance when things go wrong.
    Ex: There are also suggestions for rules for structuring corporate body names.
    Ex: This software is important to the further implementation of the record format, especially in developing countries.
    * conocimientos básicos de búsqueda, recuperación y organización de la informa = information literacy.
    * desorganización = disorganisation [disorganization, -USA].
    * metaorganización = meta-organisation.
    * modelo de organización = organisational scheme.
    * organización bibliográfica = bibliographic organisation.
    * organización bibliotecaria = library organisation.
    * organización del trabajo = workflow [work flow], working arrangement.
    * organización de materias = subject organisation.
    * organización horizontal = flat organisation, horizontal organisation.
    * organización interna = organisational structure.
    * organización laboral = job structuring.
    * reorganización = respacing.
    * una organización de = a pattern of.

    * * *
    1 (acción) organization
    2 (agrupación, institución) organization
    una organización ecologista an ecological organization
    una organización sindical a labor ( AmE) o ( BrE) trade union
    organización de bienestar social welfare organization
    Compuestos:
    Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
    World Intellectual Property Organization
    World Trade Organization
    * * *

     

    organización sustantivo femenino
    organization
    organización sustantivo femenino
    1 organization: la organización del concierto fue un desastre, the concert was disastrously organized
    2 (asociación) organization
    Organización No Gubernamental (ONG), Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
    ' organización' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    adherirse
    - aparato
    - desactivar
    - endosar
    - entrar
    - escala
    - F.A.O.
    - INTERPOL
    - lucro
    - mafiosa
    - mafioso
    - ONG
    - OTAN
    - OUA
    - sede
    - seno
    - terrorista
    - adhesión
    - articulación
    - barón
    - boda
    - caritativo
    - correr
    - cuadro
    - cúspide
    - depurar
    - disolución
    - disolver
    - emplear
    - entidad
    - funcionario
    - infiltrar
    - ingresar
    - ingreso
    - integrar
    - jerarquía
    - marina
    - miembro
    - obra
    - ONCE
    - ONU
    - permanencia
    - pertenencia
    - programación
    - radio
    - remodelación
    - remodelar
    - renovación
    - renovar
    - representar
    English:
    base
    - charitable
    - charity
    - disband
    - entrance
    - Interpol
    - join
    - lead
    - motto
    - NATO
    - NGO
    - nonprofit
    - organization
    - outfit
    - patron
    - picketing
    - PLO
    - policy
    - reshape
    - service
    - set-up
    - shake up
    - show
    - start
    - superintendent
    - system
    - top-heavy
    - trust
    - umbrella organisation
    - voluntary organization
    - watchdog
    - credit
    - in-house
    - insider
    - second
    - syndicate
    - united
    * * *
    1. [orden] organization
    2. [organismo] organization;
    las organizaciones sindicales the trade o US labor unions
    organización de ayuda humanitaria humanitarian aid organization;
    organización benéfica charity, charitable organization;
    organización de consumidores consumer organization;
    Organización para la Cooperación y el Desarrollo Económico Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development;
    Organización de Estados Americanos Organization of American States;
    Organización Internacional de Normalización International Standards Organization;
    Organización Internacional del Trabajo International Labour Organization;
    Organización para la Liberación de Palestina Palestine Liberation Organization;
    Organización Mundial del Comercio World Trade Organization;
    Organización Mundial de la Salud World Health Organization;
    Organización de las Naciones Unidas United Nations Organization;
    organización no gubernamental non-governmental organization;
    Organización de Países Exportadores de Petróleo Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries;
    Organización para la Seguridad y Cooperación en Europa Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe;
    Organización para la Unidad Africana Organization of African Unity;
    Organización del Tratado del Atlántico Norte North Atlantic Treaty Organization
    * * *
    f organization
    * * *
    organización nf, pl - ciones : organization
    * * *
    organización n organization

    Spanish-English dictionary > organización

  • 7 personal

    adj.
    personal.
    una opinión/pregunta personal a personal opinion/question
    personal e intransferible non-transferable
    f.
    personal foul.
    m.
    staff, personnel (trabajadores).
    personal docente teaching staff
    personal mínimo skeleton staff
    personal en plantilla in-house staff
    personal sanitario health workers
    personal de tierra ground crew
    * * *
    1 personal
    1 (de una empresa) personnel, staff
    2 familiar (gente) everyone, everybody
    1 DEPORTE (falta) personal foul
    \
    personal docente teaching staff
    * * *
    1. adj. 2. noun m.
    staff, personnel
    * * *
    1.
    2. SM
    1) (=plantilla) staff, personnel; ( esp Mil) force; (Náut) crew, complement

    personal de tierra — (Aer) ground crew, ground staff

    2) * (=gente) people
    3.
    SF (Baloncesto) personal foul
    * * *
    I
    adjetivo personal
    II
    a) (de fábrica, empresa) personnel (pl), staff (sing or pl)
    b) (Esp fam & hum) ( gente) people
    * * *
    I
    adjetivo personal
    II
    a) (de fábrica, empresa) personnel (pl), staff (sing or pl)
    b) (Esp fam & hum) ( gente) people
    * * *
    personal1
    1 = manpower, manpower force, personnel, staff, staffing, work-force [workforce], crew.

    Ex: The question has been raised as to the manpower required to produce the ever-increasing number of abstracts.

    Ex: This article focusses attention on formulating plans and policy for building up a manpower force for modernising library and information systems India within the next 5 years.
    Ex: Application areas include: personnel records, mailing lists, accident and incident records, clinical and health records, committee minutes and records, and so on.
    Ex: The current LC MARC data base contains both records created by the LC staff and those created by co-operating libraries and verified by the LC.
    Ex: During the discussions it became apparent that the most pressing issues of staffing, resources, procedural complexities and educational opportunities related to IT.
    Ex: Employers of library and information staff have to develop and maintain skills within the workforce.
    Ex: Phillips has 12 installations with a crew of 15-450 men.
    * actitud del personal = staff attitude.
    * administración de personal = personnel administration.
    * ahorro de personal = staff saving.
    * apoyo del personal = staff support.
    * asignar personal = commit + manpower.
    * bien dotado de personal = well-staffed.
    * costes de personal = staff costs.
    * dedicación del personal = staff hours.
    * desarrollo profesional del personal = staff development.
    * dotación de personal = staffing.
    * encargado de personal = personnel officer, welfare officer.
    * evaluación del personal = personnel evaluation.
    * exceso de personal administrativo = administrative bloat.
    * falta de personal = undermanning.
    * falto de personal = understaffed [under-staffed].
    * formación continua del personal = staff development.
    * formación del personal = staff training, professional development.
    * formar personal = produce + personnel.
    * funciones del personal = staff duties.
    * gastos en personal = staff costs.
    * gestión de personal = personnel management.
    * jefe de personal = personnel officer, welfare officer, staff manager.
    * jefe de personal de la biblioteca = library personnel officer.
    * miembro del personal = staff member, staffer.
    * movimiento de personal = staff turnover, turnover, labour turnover.
    * número y distribución de personal = staffing conditions.
    * personal administrativo = administrative staff.
    * personal administrativo de apoyo = clerical staff, clerical worker, clerical personnel.
    * personal auxiliar = clerical staff.
    * personal bibliotecario = library personnel, library staff, library worker.
    * personal civil = civilian staff.
    * personal cualificado = qualified staff, qualified personnel.
    * personal de ambulancia = ambulance crew.
    * personal de apoyo = paraprofessional staff, support staff.
    * personal de apoyo bibliotecario = library support staff.
    * personal de cabina = cabin crew.
    * personal de dirección = senior staff, senior management.
    * personal de la biblioteca = library staff, library worker.
    * personal del mostrador = counter staff.
    * personal del mostrador de préstamo = counter staff.
    * personal de mantenimiento = service worker.
    * personal de proceso de datos = operation staff.
    * personal de recepción = reception staff.
    * personal de referencia = reference staff, reference personnel.
    * personal de secretaría = secretarial staff.
    * personal de seguridad = security staff.
    * personal de servicios = service worker.
    * personal de un centro multimedia escolar = school media staff.
    * personal de vuelo = flight crew.
    * personal equivalente a tiempo completo = full-time equivalent staff (FTE staff).
    * personal joven = new blood.
    * personal más nuevo = junior staff.
    * personal militar = military personnel.
    * personal necesario = staffing levels.
    * personal paraprofesional = paraprofessional staff.
    * personal profesional = professional staff.
    * personal sanitario = clinical staff.
    * personal técnico = technical staff.
    * personal técnico de apoyo = support staff.
    * política de personal = personnel policy, staff policy.
    * puesta al día del personal = staff development.
    * que necesita bastante dedicación de personal = labour-intensive [labour intensive], staff-intensive [staff intensive].
    * razones del movimiento de personal = turnover behaviour.
    * recorte de personal = downsizing, staffing cut.
    * reducción de personal = staff cutbacks, downsizing.
    * registro de personal = personnel record.
    * renovación de personal = turnover, labour turnover.
    * responsable del personal de la biblioteca = library personnel officer.
    * reunión de personal = staff meeting.
    * ritmo de movimiento de personal = turnover rate.
    * sala de estar para el personal = coffee lounge.
    * sala de personal = staff lounge.
    * sección de personal = personnel department, personnel office.
    * selección de personal = personnel recruitment.
    * sólo para personal autorizado = restricted access.
    * tareas del personal = staff duties.
    * tasa de movimiento de personal = turnover rate, turnover rate.
    * turnos del personal = staffing rota.
    * vacante de personal = staff vacancy.

    personal2
    = one-to-one, personal, private, intimate, one-on-one.

    Ex: A few large libraries contain an adult learning centre, which provides training courses for volunteer tutors, one-to-one tutoring or instruction in small groups.

    Ex: Cards will remain useful for small local and personal indexes but other options, in the form of microcomputers and their software are beginning to compete in this application.
    Ex: SWALCAP supports a network arrangement of remote terminals and minicomputers linked to the central computer via private lines.
    Ex: Until we feel as librarians that we are an intimate part of society, we will never begin to believe that we really function.
    Ex: The one-on-one training pattern predominates and is effective at this institution where education in the singular is stressed.
    * actitud personal = personal attitude.
    * a favor de la decisión personal sobre el aborto = pro-choice.
    * alarma personal = rape alarm, personal alarm.
    * anuncio personal = personal ad.
    * aprovechamiento personal = personal gain.
    * archivo personal = private archives, personal archive(s), personal records.
    * armadura personal = body armour.
    * artículo personal = personal item.
    * asunto personal = personal issue.
    * atención personal = personal attention.
    * atención personal al cliente = personal selling.
    * a título personal = in a personal capacity, in a private capacity.
    * atracción personal = personal attraction.
    * autoría personal = personal authorship.
    * autor personal = personal author.
    * autor personal único = single personal authorship.
    * beneficio personal = personal gain.
    * biblioteca personal = personal library.
    * bienes personales = personal property.
    * blindaje personal = body armour.
    * característica personal = personality trait, personality characteristic.
    * carta personal = personal letter.
    * cheque personal = personal cheque.
    * comentario personal = personal note.
    * comentario personal de una lectura = reading-reportage.
    * compromiso personal = personal engagement, personal investment.
    * contacto personal = personal contact, public contact.
    * contratación de personal cualificado de otras empresas = lateral hiring.
    * convicción personal = personal conviction.
    * cualidades personales = personal qualities.
    * cuestión personal = personal issue, life issue.
    * datos personales = personal details.
    * dinero para gastos personales = pocket change, pocket money.
    * documentos personales = personal papers.
    * economía personal = personal finance.
    * efectos personales = personal belongings.
    * ego personal = personal ego.
    * encabezamiento de nombre personal = personal name heading.
    * enriquecimiento personal = personal enrichment.
    * entrada de nombre personal = personal name entry.
    * entrevista personal = personal interview.
    * espacio personal = personal space, territorial space, personal space territory.
    * estilo personal = persona [personae, -pl.].
    * expediente personal = personal records.
    * experiencia personal = personal experience.
    * gestión de archivos personales = personal archives management, personal records management.
    * gusto personal = personal taste, personal preference.
    * hábito personal = personal habit.
    * hacer uso personal = make + personal use.
    * higiene personal = personal hygiene.
    * historia personal = personal history.
    * índice de rendimiento personal = individual performance index.
    * información personal = personal information.
    * interés personal = vested interest, personal interest.
    * interpersonal = person-to-person.
    * intimidad personal = personal privacy.
    * invasión del espacio personal = invasion of space.
    * libertad personal = personal freedom.
    * logro personal = a feather in + Posesivo + cap, personal achievement.
    * marca personal = personal record.
    * miembro personal = personal member.
    * nombre personal = personal name.
    * norma personal = personal norm.
    * opinión personal = personal opinion.
    * ordenador personal (PC) = personal computer (PC).
    * para uso personal = for personal use.
    * perder un objeto personal = lose + property.
    * personal investigador = research staff.
    * PIN (número de identificación personal) = PIN (personal identification number).
    * por razones personales = for personal reasons.
    * preferencia personal = personal preference.
    * problema personal = personal problem.
    * razones personales = personal reasons.
    * realización personal = personal fulfilment.
    * récord personal = personal record.
    * responsabilidad personal = personal responsibility.
    * satisfacción personal = personal satisfaction.
    * seguridad personal = personal safety.
    * sello personal = fingerprint [finger-print].
    * sicología personal = personal psychology.
    * sistema de valores personales = personal value system.
    * tecnología del ordenador personal = personal computer technology.
    * tener un interés muy personal en = hold + a stake in, have + a stake in.
    * territorio personal = personal space territory.
    * toque personal = personal touch.
    * triunfo personal = a feather in + Posesivo + cap.
    * uso personal = personal use.
    * vida personal = personal life.
    * voluntad personal = personal will.

    * * *
    ‹asunto/documento/pregunta› personal; ‹opinión/juicio› personal
    objetos de uso personal personal effects
    una alusión personal a personal remark
    está basado en su experiencia personal it is based on (his own) personal experience
    no tiene ningún interés personal en el asunto he has no personal interest in the matter
    1 (de una fábrica, empresa) personnel (pl), staff ( sing or pl)
    estamos escasos de personal we're short-staffed
    intentan aumentar la producción con el mismo personal they are trying to increase production with the same number of staff o with the same workforce
    2 ( Esp fam hum) (gente) people
    ¡cuánto personal hay en la calle! what a lot of people there are in the street!
    saca unas copas para el personal get some glasses out for everyone o for people
    Compuestos:
    cabin staff o crew
    ( Arg) staff ( of a building)
    ground crew o staff
    flight crew
    * * *

     

    personal adjetivo
    personal;

    ■ sustantivo masculino (de fábrica, empresa) personnel (pl), staff ( sing or pl);
    estamos escasos de personal we're short-staffed
    personal
    I adjetivo personal
    una carta personal, a private letter
    II sustantivo masculino (trabajadores) staff, personnel

    ' personal' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    consignar
    - contingente
    - dato
    - efecto
    - escala
    - interés
    - jefa
    - jefe
    - lavandería
    - llave
    - objeto
    - particular
    - pasar
    - placa
    - plana
    - plano
    - presente
    - primar
    - privada
    - privado
    - abandonar
    - ampliación
    - ampliar
    - aseo
    - auxiliar
    - bien
    - citar
    - computadora
    - consultorio
    - coqueto
    - defensa
    - dejadez
    - dejado
    - despedir
    - diario
    - falta
    - historial
    - insuficiencia
    - intimidad
    - número
    - palacio
    - patrimonio
    - PC
    - planilla
    - plantilla
    - reducción
    - tarjeta
    - uno
    English:
    accustom
    - achievement
    - agree
    - appreciate
    - averse
    - balloon
    - battle
    - cleanliness
    - computer
    - dear
    - decision
    - decision making
    - delay
    - despite
    - diary
    - dodge
    - employ
    - excuse
    - exploit
    - first-hand
    - gap
    - heart-to-heart
    - love
    - maintenance staff
    - mate
    - myself
    - neglect
    - office staff
    - PA
    - pc
    - personal
    - personal best
    - personal computer
    - personal pronoun
    - personally
    - personnel
    - personnel department
    - personnel management
    - private
    - private income
    - put off
    - referee
    - self-improvement
    - self-interest
    - short-staffed
    - staff
    - staff meeting
    - staff training
    - staffing
    - strength
    * * *
    adj
    [privado, íntimo] personal;
    una opinión/pregunta personal a personal opinion/question;
    mi teléfono personal es… my home o private number is…;
    para uso personal for personal use;
    personal e intransferible non-transferable
    nm
    1. [trabajadores] staff, personnel
    personal administrativo administrative staff;
    personal de cabina cabin staff o crew;
    personal docente teaching staff;
    personal de oficina office staff;
    personal de tierra ground staff o crew;
    personal de ventas sales force o team
    2. Esp Fam [gente] people;
    el personal quería ir al cine the gang wanted to go to the cinema
    nf
    [en baloncesto] personal foul
    * * *
    I adj personal
    II m
    1 personnel, staff;
    personal docente teaching staff
    2 en baloncesto personal foul
    * * *
    : personal
    : personnel, staff
    * * *
    personal1 adj personal / private
    personal2 n staff

    Spanish-English dictionary > personal

  • 8 plantilla

    • inner room
    • inner space
    • insolate
    • insolence
    • patter
    • pattern
    • pattern book
    • staff
    • staffing
    • tempi
    • template
    • temple

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > plantilla

  • 9 Octubre

    m.
    October. (month)
    * * *
    1 October Table 1 NOTA For examples of use, see marzo/Table 1
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    septiembre
    * * *
    * * *
    = Oct (October), October.
    Ex. This a revised version of a paper presented at the meeting of the Society of American Archivists, Texas, Oct 85 = Esta es una versión revisada de una comunicación presentada en el encuentro de la Sociedad de Archiveros Americanos en Texas en Octubre del 85.
    Ex. There are 12 places in the pattern corresponding to the 12 months and labeled 1 through 9, O (for October), N (for November), and D (for December).
    * * *
    * * *
    = Oct (October), October.

    Ex: This a revised version of a paper presented at the meeting of the Society of American Archivists, Texas, Oct 85 = Esta es una versión revisada de una comunicación presentada en el encuentro de la Sociedad de Archiveros Americanos en Texas en Octubre del 85.

    Ex: There are 12 places in the pattern corresponding to the 12 months and labeled 1 through 9, O (for October), N (for November), and D (for December).

    * * *
    October para ejemplos ver enero
    * * *

     

    Multiple Entries:
    oct.    
    octubre
    oct. (
    octubre) Oct

    octubre sustantivo masculino
    October;
    para ejemplos ver enero
    octubre sustantivo masculino October

    ' octubre' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    inscripción
    - oct.
    English:
    extend
    - Hallowe'en
    - Halloween
    - October
    - in
    - of
    - through
    * * *
    October;
    ver también septiembre
    * * *
    m October
    * * *
    : October
    * * *
    octubre n October

    Spanish-English dictionary > Octubre

  • 10 a caballo entre... y...

    = half way between... and...
    Ex. Sometime in the later eighteenth century an ingenious version of stereotyping called dabbing was developed, whereby a pattern of wood or metal was dabbed into the surface of a quantity of type-metal that was half way between its solid and its molten state; the dabbed metal was then used as a matrix for striking a copy of the original in similarly half-molten metal.
    * * *
    = half way between... and...

    Ex: Sometime in the later eighteenth century an ingenious version of stereotyping called dabbing was developed, whereby a pattern of wood or metal was dabbed into the surface of a quantity of type-metal that was half way between its solid and its molten state; the dabbed metal was then used as a matrix for striking a copy of the original in similarly half-molten metal.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a caballo entre... y...

  • 11 a contracorriente

    adv.
    against the stream.
    * * *
    Ex. There are many able people who are endeavouring to do the kind of things discussed in this article against the grain of an historically received pattern of organisation.
    * * *

    Ex: There are many able people who are endeavouring to do the kind of things discussed in this article against the grain of an historically received pattern of organisation.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a contracorriente

  • 12 a contrapelo

    adv.
    against the nap, the wrong way, against the grain.
    * * *
    para empezar, se cepilla el perro a contrapelo to start with, brush the dog's fur the wrong way
    * * *
    = against the grain, against the nap
    Ex. There are many able people who are endeavouring to do the kind of things discussed in this article against the grain of an historically received pattern of organisation.
    Ex. Brush your curtains regularly, against the nap and then with the nap direction, to remove dust.
    * * *
    = against the grain, against the nap

    Ex: There are many able people who are endeavouring to do the kind of things discussed in this article against the grain of an historically received pattern of organisation.

    Ex: Brush your curtains regularly, against the nap and then with the nap direction, to remove dust.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a contrapelo

  • 13 a la inversa

    (al contrario) on the contrary 2 (en el otro sentido) the other way round
    * * *
    = mirror-fashion, mirror image, in reverse
    Ex. The composing stick contained a line of type which read (from his point of view) from left to right but of which the letters were upside down and mirror-fashion.
    Ex. Since the dandy roll worked on the right side, its watermark pattern was fashioned as a mirror image of what was to be seen in the finished paper.
    Ex. The design for a woodcut, which was probably the work of a specialist other than the back cutter, was either drawn in reverse directly on to the block, or traced on to it from paper.
    * * *
    = mirror-fashion, mirror image, in reverse

    Ex: The composing stick contained a line of type which read (from his point of view) from left to right but of which the letters were upside down and mirror-fashion.

    Ex: Since the dandy roll worked on the right side, its watermark pattern was fashioned as a mirror image of what was to be seen in the finished paper.
    Ex: The design for a woodcut, which was probably the work of a specialist other than the back cutter, was either drawn in reverse directly on to the block, or traced on to it from paper.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a la inversa

  • 14 a mitad de camino entre

    = midway between, half way between... and...
    Ex. The indicative abstract can thus be seen as occupying a place midway between the usual form of entries in an indexing service on the one hand and a fully developed abstracting service on the other.
    Ex. Sometime in the later eighteenth century an ingenious version of stereotyping called dabbing was developed, whereby a pattern of wood or metal was dabbed into the surface of a quantity of type-metal that was half way between its solid and its molten state; the dabbed metal was then used as a matrix for striking a copy of the original in similarly half-molten metal.
    * * *
    = midway between, half way between... and...

    Ex: The indicative abstract can thus be seen as occupying a place midway between the usual form of entries in an indexing service on the one hand and a fully developed abstracting service on the other.

    Ex: Sometime in the later eighteenth century an ingenious version of stereotyping called dabbing was developed, whereby a pattern of wood or metal was dabbed into the surface of a quantity of type-metal that was half way between its solid and its molten state; the dabbed metal was then used as a matrix for striking a copy of the original in similarly half-molten metal.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a mitad de camino entre

  • 15 a posteriori

    adv.
    a posteriori, afterwards, from what comes after.
    * * *
    a posteriori
    * * *
    ADV
    1) (=después) [gen] at a later stage; [comprender] with (the benefit of) hindsight
    2) (Lógica, Jur) a posteriori
    * * *
    locución adverbial with hindsight

    un argumento a posteriori — (loc adj) an a posteriori argument

    * * *
    = reactive, in retrospect, after-the-fact, hindsight, with hindsight, a posteriori, in hindsight
    Ex. In all of the helping professions there is need for both active and reactive service.
    Ex. In retrospect, this was perhaps a rather inauspicious beginning, for the test apparently broke down in disarray over the question of relevance judgement.
    Ex. In the case of BUSHMEN and HOTTENTOTS, the peoples' real names don't even appear as after-the-fact, last minute cross-references to the defamatory form.
    Ex. This article notes that hindsight is always easier than foresight, and that some of these predictions should have been correct.
    Ex. We can see with hindsight that two early romans in particular set the pattern for the later development of the face which was to become the standard roman for most of the sixteenth century.
    Ex. Explicit differentiation is made between a priori relationships, ie those that are known in advance of scanning any particular document, and a posteriori relationships, ie those which are found only by scanning a particular document.
    Ex. In hindsight, it is easy to see a trajectory of inevitability that made MARC, the ISBDs, and AACR2 seem more the result of historical forces than the often faltering and separate steps they were in truth.
    * * *
    locución adverbial with hindsight

    un argumento a posteriori — (loc adj) an a posteriori argument

    * * *
    = reactive, in retrospect, after-the-fact, hindsight, with hindsight, a posteriori, in hindsight

    Ex: In all of the helping professions there is need for both active and reactive service.

    Ex: In retrospect, this was perhaps a rather inauspicious beginning, for the test apparently broke down in disarray over the question of relevance judgement.
    Ex: In the case of BUSHMEN and HOTTENTOTS, the peoples' real names don't even appear as after-the-fact, last minute cross-references to the defamatory form.
    Ex: This article notes that hindsight is always easier than foresight, and that some of these predictions should have been correct.
    Ex: We can see with hindsight that two early romans in particular set the pattern for the later development of the face which was to become the standard roman for most of the sixteenth century.
    Ex: Explicit differentiation is made between a priori relationships, ie those that are known in advance of scanning any particular document, and a posteriori relationships, ie those which are found only by scanning a particular document.
    Ex: In hindsight, it is easy to see a trajectory of inevitability that made MARC, the ISBDs, and AACR2 seem more the result of historical forces than the often faltering and separate steps they were in truth.

    * * *
    with hindsight
    un argumento a posteriori ( loc adj) an a posteriori argument
    * * *
    a posteriori loc adv
    with hindsight;
    habrá que juzgarlo a posteriori we'll have to judge it after the event
    * * *
    adj & adv a posteriori

    Spanish-English dictionary > a posteriori

  • 16 a primeras horas de la tarde

    Ex. The pattern of changes in embolisms indicated almost no embolisms before dawn, followed by a rapid rise to a peak in mid-morning, then a progressive loss of embolisms in late afternoon.
    * * *

    Ex: The pattern of changes in embolisms indicated almost no embolisms before dawn, followed by a rapid rise to a peak in mid-morning, then a progressive loss of embolisms in late afternoon.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a primeras horas de la tarde

  • 17 aborrecer

    v.
    1 to abhor, to loathe.
    2 to hate, to declare hateful, to despise, to can not abide.
    3 to dislike very much to, to dislike intensely to, to hate to, to loathe to.
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ AGRADECER], like link=agradecer agradecer
    1 to abhor, hate, detest
    2 (aves) to abandon
    * * *
    verb
    to loathe, hate
    * * *
    VT
    1) (=odiar) to loathe, detest; (=aburrirse con) to become bored by
    2) [+ crías] to desert, abandon
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1) <persona/actividad> to detest, loathe
    2) < crías> to reject
    * * *
    = abhor, loathe, detest.
    Ex. Shera has reminded us that 'man abhors chaos as nature is said to abhor a vacuum', and he seeks constantly to impose a pattern on what he sees.
    Ex. He sometimes loathed the books he recommended as much as the children they were inflicted upon loathed them.
    Ex. This resulted in Africans loving and aspiring to everything European and detesting and deeming inferior anything that is African.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1) <persona/actividad> to detest, loathe
    2) < crías> to reject
    * * *
    = abhor, loathe, detest.

    Ex: Shera has reminded us that 'man abhors chaos as nature is said to abhor a vacuum', and he seeks constantly to impose a pattern on what he sees.

    Ex: He sometimes loathed the books he recommended as much as the children they were inflicted upon loathed them.
    Ex: This resulted in Africans loving and aspiring to everything European and detesting and deeming inferior anything that is African.

    * * *
    aborrecer [E3 ]
    vt
    A ‹persona/actividad› to detest, loathe
    B ‹crías› to reject
    * * *

    aborrecer ( conjugate aborrecer) verbo transitivo
    a)persona/actividad to detest, loathe

    b) crías to reject

    aborrecer verbo transitivo to detest, loathe
    ' aborrecer' also found in these entries:
    English:
    abhor
    * * *
    1. [odiar] to abhor, to loathe;
    me hizo aborrecer la comida picante it really put me off spicy food;
    aborrece la soledad she loathes being on her own
    2. [crías] to reject
    * * *
    v/t loathe, detest
    * * *
    aborrecer {53} vt
    abominar, odiar: to abhor, to detest, to hate
    * * *
    aborrecer vb to detest / to hate

    Spanish-English dictionary > aborrecer

  • 18 absorción

    f.
    1 absorption, soaking up, sorption.
    2 absorption, concentration, deep concentration, enthrallment.
    3 take over, takeover.
    4 absorption, adsorption, disposition.
    * * *
    1 absorption
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) [de líquidos] absorption
    2) (=atracción) absorption
    3) (Com) takeover
    * * *
    1) (de líquido, calor, ruido) absorption
    2) (Fin) takeover
    * * *
    = absorption, takeover [take-over].
    Ex. The floor is carpeted, thus providing a large degree of acoustic absorption and a unifying and dominant colour pattern through the library.
    Ex. The book and serial industry has recently witnessed several takeovers, buy-outs, and mergers.
    ----
    * absorción del agua = water absorption.
    * agente de absorción = absorber.
    * capacidad de absorción = absorptive capacity, absorptive capability.
    * de absorción = absorptive.
    * elemento de absorción = absorber.
    * mecanismo de absorción = absorber.
    * * *
    1) (de líquido, calor, ruido) absorption
    2) (Fin) takeover
    * * *
    = absorption, takeover [take-over].

    Ex: The floor is carpeted, thus providing a large degree of acoustic absorption and a unifying and dominant colour pattern through the library.

    Ex: The book and serial industry has recently witnessed several takeovers, buy-outs, and mergers.
    * absorción del agua = water absorption.
    * agente de absorción = absorber.
    * capacidad de absorción = absorptive capacity, absorptive capability.
    * de absorción = absorptive.
    * elemento de absorción = absorber.
    * mecanismo de absorción = absorber.

    * * *
    A (de un líquido) absorption; (de calor, ruido) absorption
    pañales con alto grado de absorción extra-absorbent diapers ( AmE) o ( BrE) nappies
    B ( Fin) takeover
    * * *

    absorción sustantivo femenino (de líquido, calor, ruido) absorption
    absorción sustantivo femenino absorption
    ' absorción' also found in these entries:
    English:
    absorption
    - takeover
    - take
    * * *
    1. [de líquido, gas, calor] absorption;
    2. [de empresa] takeover
    * * *
    f
    1 absorption
    2 COM takeover
    * * *
    absorción nf, pl - ciones : absorption

    Spanish-English dictionary > absorción

  • 19 abundante

    adj.
    1 abundant.
    2 ample, plentiful, bountiful.
    * * *
    1 abundant, plentiful
    * * *
    adj.
    abundant, plentiful
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=copioso) abundant, plentiful

    el agua es abundante en toda la zonawater is abundant o plentiful throughout the area

    la fauna es abundante en el parque nacional, el parque nacional es abundante en fauna — there is abundant wildlife in the national park, there is a wealth of fauna in the national park

    un país abundante en minerales — a country which is rich in minerals, a country which abounds in minerals

    2) [en plural] a great many
    * * *
    a) <reservas/cosecha> plentiful, abundant

    abundante en algo: aguas abundantes en especies marinas waters which abound in marine life; un informe abundante en datos estadísticos — a report containing ample statistical data

    b) (en pl) ( numerosos) plenty of, abundant
    * * *
    = abundant, generous, lavish, plentiful, rampant, copious, bountiful, fullsome, rife, liberal, hearty [heartier -comp., heartiest -sup.], unstinting.
    Ex. There exists a failure to recognize new topics, or a failure to recognize them until it's almost ridiculously too late, that is, after there has been abundant literary warrant for them.
    Ex. Many libraries have built I & R services into their budgets on a fairly generous scale.
    Ex. Library staffing levels were lavish and opening hours long.
    Ex. Information will become more affordable, accessible, and plentiful.
    Ex. And so, the public library was conceived as a deterrent to irresponsibility, intemperance, and rampant democracy.
    Ex. A copious influx of foreign capital and management and immigrant labour ensured a growing economy, with full employment and very little inflation.
    Ex. Telecommuting brings bountiful benefits to information industry employers and employees.
    Ex. Access should be quick and fullsome.
    Ex. Chances for advancement were slim, and disillusionment at the lack of encouragement to participate in professional activities outside the job was rife.
    Ex. It is quite true that the liberal use of crossreferences can overcome these problems.
    Ex. Replies indicated a hearty support for the role of the library but little knowledge of its importance to them.
    Ex. The revolutionary people of the world are unstinting in their praise.
    ----
    * abundante en exceso = lavish.
    * abundante en TI = IT-rich.
    * con abundantes dorados = heavily gilt.
    * freír en aceite abundante = deep-fry.
    * frito en abundante aceite = deep-fried.
    * lavar con agua abudante = sluice.
    * poco abundante = light [lighter -comp., lightest -sup.].
    * * *
    a) <reservas/cosecha> plentiful, abundant

    abundante en algo: aguas abundantes en especies marinas waters which abound in marine life; un informe abundante en datos estadísticos — a report containing ample statistical data

    b) (en pl) ( numerosos) plenty of, abundant
    * * *
    = abundant, generous, lavish, plentiful, rampant, copious, bountiful, fullsome, rife, liberal, hearty [heartier -comp., heartiest -sup.], unstinting.

    Ex: There exists a failure to recognize new topics, or a failure to recognize them until it's almost ridiculously too late, that is, after there has been abundant literary warrant for them.

    Ex: Many libraries have built I & R services into their budgets on a fairly generous scale.
    Ex: Library staffing levels were lavish and opening hours long.
    Ex: Information will become more affordable, accessible, and plentiful.
    Ex: And so, the public library was conceived as a deterrent to irresponsibility, intemperance, and rampant democracy.
    Ex: A copious influx of foreign capital and management and immigrant labour ensured a growing economy, with full employment and very little inflation.
    Ex: Telecommuting brings bountiful benefits to information industry employers and employees.
    Ex: Access should be quick and fullsome.
    Ex: Chances for advancement were slim, and disillusionment at the lack of encouragement to participate in professional activities outside the job was rife.
    Ex: It is quite true that the liberal use of crossreferences can overcome these problems.
    Ex: Replies indicated a hearty support for the role of the library but little knowledge of its importance to them.
    Ex: The revolutionary people of the world are unstinting in their praise.
    * abundante en exceso = lavish.
    * abundante en TI = IT-rich.
    * con abundantes dorados = heavily gilt.
    * freír en aceite abundante = deep-fry.
    * frito en abundante aceite = deep-fried.
    * lavar con agua abudante = sluice.
    * poco abundante = light [lighter -comp., lightest -sup.].

    * * *
    1 ‹reservas/cosecha› plentiful, abundant
    la comida es buena y abundante the food is good and plentiful, the food's good and there's plenty of it
    las porciones son abundantes the portions are generous
    la pesca es abundante en estos arroyos the fishing's good in these streams
    abundante EN algo:
    aguas abundantes en especies marinas waters rich in o which abound in marine life
    un informe abundante en datos estadísticos a report containing ample statistical data
    2 ( en pl) (numerosos) plenty of, abundant
    tengo abundantes razones para votar en contra de la propuesta I have plenty of o abundant reasons for voting against the proposal
    * * *

     

    abundante adjetivo ‹reservas/cosecha plentiful, abundant;

    aguas abundantes en especies marinas waters which abound in marine life
    abundante adjetivo abundant, plentiful ➣ Ver nota en bastante

    ' abundante' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    bastante
    - chorro
    - cumplida
    - cumplido
    - mucha
    - mucho
    - abultado
    English:
    abundant
    - ample
    - bountiful
    - copious
    - deep-fry
    - generous
    - hearty
    - liberal
    - luxuriant
    - plentiful
    - profuse
    - rich
    - rife
    - substantial
    - deep
    - scanty
    * * *
    abundant;
    teníamos comida abundante we had plenty of food;
    una zona abundante en petróleo an area that is rich in oil;
    luce una abundante cabellera she has a fine head of hair;
    habrá nubosidad abundante en el norte del país there will be heavy cloud in the north
    * * *
    adj plentiful, abundant
    * * *
    : abundant, plentiful
    * * *
    abundante adj abundant / plentiful

    Spanish-English dictionary > abundante

  • 20 abundante en exceso

    (adj.) = lavish
    Ex. Library staffing levels were lavish and opening hours long.
    * * *
    (adj.) = lavish

    Ex: Library staffing levels were lavish and opening hours long.

    Spanish-English dictionary > abundante en exceso

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